MERP is a total conversion modification of the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Explore Middle-earth in a fully open-ended environment like you've never seen before. Play races like Elves, Men, Hobbits and Dwarves and take part in the War of the Ring.

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Pelargir WIP
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mathinator Jul 2 2010 says:

never heard of this place :p where is it on the map

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NocturnalNorwegian Jul 2 2010 replied:

Obviously misnamed, I bet the title is referring to the next picture.

Is this Osgiliath?

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SilentShadow Jul 2 2010 replied:

I think everyone said Pelargir... Read the book!1 :P
And btw, Osigiliath is in ruins...

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pinoycanadian Jul 4 2012 replied:

its not misnamed, its the port town just a bit south east of Minas Tirith. it appears in the movie, where Aragorn jumps out with Legolas and Gimli and alot of angry ghosts

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Pa1nk1llerJA Jan 4 2011 replied:

A little south of gondor! It's a coastal city ^^
They have the famous pelargir marines :P

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DuBaas007 Aug 14 2014 replied:

No, that port is called Harlond, which is the port of Minas Tirith itself, Pelargir is way further down south and is a massive city like Minas Tirith.

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romanius24 Jul 2 2010 says:

pelagir i think

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Captain_Iglo Creator
Captain_Iglo Jul 2 2010 says:

It's Pelargir ;)

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petertel123 Jul 2 2010 says:

pelargir lies south of minas tirith and is primarily a trade city

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alguLoD Jul 2 2010 says:

It's basically Osigiliath lite. More inclined to trading, though.

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truehighlander Jul 3 2010 says:

Yep, a port city near the mouth of the mighty Anduin.

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Ekonk Jul 4 2010 says:

Those towers look great, but in the distance they become slightly repetitative. So many identical towers, all in the same angle, all the same size, regulary next to each other. It looks slightly unnatural, or at the very least more modern than the 'time' in which the Lord Of The Rings is situated.

Anyway, I've been scrolling through these screenshots and most of it looks utterly amazing. I'm looking forward to Mordor. It would basically be a huge Oblivion, right?

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belgarion234 Jul 10 2010 replied:

no, its not going to be a huge oblivion, its going to be more than oblivion ever was or could be... this is MERP!!!!!!!

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Captain_Iglo Creator
Captain_Iglo Jul 4 2010 says:

Actually Pelargir is still an early WIP and some of these towers will be removed ;)

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fredstek Jul 10 2010 says:

small :( i hope this mod doesn't have city's the size of a village like oblivion. This city should at minimum be like 5 times bigger then this :P

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carlig Jul 20 2010 says:

i thought that pelargir was a wooden port city. i think at least it was in the movies when the pirates raid it after aragorn comes out from the city of dead.

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noirdesir Sep 2 2010 replied:

In the films yes, but according to the lore it was built with the same materials like Minas Tirith.

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Myloman Aug 5 2010 says:

Wow, very acceptable!

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Anathar88 May 16 2011 says:

I think the city is an acceptable size since its just a port city, but if the river was just a little wider at this part and if there were boats in and near the city, that would be perfect. HEY NOW!!! IDEA: RIVER TRAVEL!! For fast traveling down a river, just get to a boat and you should be given the choice of which river city you want to travel to, and BOOM! you're there in half the time it takes you to get there on foot, and 3/4 of the time to get there on horseback!! Its Brilliant!! Let me just put that into the Idea Jar..... and there we go.

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